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Panic! at the Disco Donated $1,000 to Human Rights Campaign after Protest

Panic! at the Disco Donated $1,000 to Human Rights Campaign after Protest

A "church" known for their protests of funerals picketed a Panic! at the Disco concert in Kansas City, Missouri on Sunday night.

The group recently released a parody of Panic! at the Disco's 2006 hit, I Write Sins Not Tragedies, called You Love Sin What a Tragedy.

The "church" (we don't feel like using their name) only brought 13 people to the Panic! at the Disco show.  The band had originally decided to donate $20 for every protester to the Human Rights Campaign.

But, since the protest was so poorly attended, the band decided to go ahead and make it an even $1,000.  They also gave the HRC a cut of their merch sales.

 

 

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